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Description de "The Found Object in Textile Art"

Textile artist have always used found objects, both for decoration and to imbue their work with meaning, and recently the practice has become even more popular. Author and tetxile artist Cas Holmes is renowned for her use of "the found" and her many-layered, atmospheric pieces have been shown around the world. In The Found Object in Textile Art, Holmes explores this practice, how it differs from recycling, and how to conceive and build a piece around the found object. She discusses the range of found objects—from natural materials like driftwood to manufactured pieces of machinery and even mundane objects like a CD case—and how they can be used to create stunning pieces and lend deep meaning to a work. The Found Object in Embroidery and Textile Art contains a wealth of techniques and inspiration for incorporating found objects into textile work. It also showcases how to combine mixed media and fiber arts techniques to create art with lively, narrative qualities. From explopring simple techniques like basic printmaking and transferring photos to fabric to creatively using paint and hand and machine stitching, this resource is the perfect guide for fiber and textile artists eager to layer their work with found objects for that personal and historical touch.

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  • Reliure : Paperback
  • 128  pages
  • Dimensions :  1.0cmx21.3cmx27.2cm
  • Poids : 589.7g
  • Editeur :   Interweave Press Paru le
  • ISBN :  1596683325
  • EAN13 :  9781596683327
  • Classe Dewey :  746
  • Langue : Anglais

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Textile artist have always used found objects, both for decoration and to imbue their work with meaning, and recently the practice has become even more popular. Author and tetxile artist Cas Holmes is renowned for her use of "the found" and her many-layered, atmospheric pieces have been shown around the world. In The Found Object in Textile Art, Holmes explores this practice, how it differs from recycling, and how to conceive and build a piece around the found object. She discusses the range of found objects—from natural materials like driftwood to manufactured pieces of machinery and even mundane objects like a CD case—and how they can be used to create stunning pieces and lend deep meaning to a work. The Found Object in Embroidery and Textile Art contains a wealth of techniques and inspiration for incorporating found objects into textile work. It also showcases how to combine mixed media and fiber arts techniques to create art with lively, narrative qualities. From explopring simple techniques like basic printmaking and transferring photos to fabric to creatively using paint and hand and machine stitching, this resource is the perfect guide for fiber and textile artists eager to layer their work with found objects for that personal and historical touch.